Cultural additivity and mindsponge as novel research paradigms for studying the manifestations of “social harmony” in Confucian societies

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In this essay, I argue the manifestations of social harmony in Confucian societies can be studied quantitatively using the "cultural additivity" framework and phenomenologically using the "mindsponge" model.
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